FMA gives a pass mark to the first batch of climate-related reports

FMA gives a pass mark to the first batch of climate-related reports
The FMA's Jacco Moison is keeping an eye on mandatory climate reports. (Image: FMA)
Greg Hurrell
The Financial Markets Authority says the first batch of mandatory climate reports were of varying quality, but none were late or substandard.Jacco Moison, the FMA’s head of audit, financial reporting and climate-related disclosures, said so far all of the approximately 30 reports filed were on time. Most were from the Dec 31, 2023 reporting date, with one from January.He expected the next batch, for the financial year ending March 31, 2024, to land in July and August.The authority, in conjunction with the External Reporting Board (XRB), h...

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